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Www.greatwarforum.org Oct 03, 2020  · The Great War Forum community is a welcoming place to discuss all aspects of the Great War of 1914-1918 (aka World War 1) and if you like what …

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HMS Cormorant - shore establishment - Sailors, navies and ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Sep 16, 2017  · HMS Cormorant was the receiving ship at Gibralter. For many men it was a Naval barracks. Men in Gibralter would be based there. They might be men who had been sent to join ships at Gibralter but the ship was at sea (I have one case of that).

Ranks and Appointments in Royal Artillery - Soldiers and ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Sep 24, 2017  · Specifically for the RA there was a change in 1917 when the lance appointment of Acting Bombardier changed to Lance Bombardier, and the addition of the appointment of Signaller in 1918.

Border Regiment? - Uniforms,Cap Badges and Insignia ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Apr 10, 2020  · You might get more traction on this in the 'Uniforms, cap badges and insignia' forum and so (it's up to you of course) politely ask a moderator if they can move it to there.

To clean or not to clean - Medals - Great War Forum

Www.greatwarforum.org Oct 24, 2008  · a medal with a nice patina should be left with just a light polish with a soft cloth to clean dust, etc off but one with any verdigris can deteriorate so it has to be removed and sometimes i have used a little brasso to get stuborn marks off and then get all traces of brasso off it.

Identifying an RFA driver via His Regimental number ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Oct 18, 2018  · Hi All, I was just wondering whether anyone has any info on how to find info on a soldier via his regimental number? I have my grandads Medal card that only give his number and regiment, 83217, RFA. He was a driver and the record states he went to France on 27/12/15. Thanks in advance

" Vivid II " - Sailors, navies and the war at sea - Great ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Jul 27, 2005  · As a complete naval novice, I have found a reference in my great grandfathers service record to Vivid II he appears to have been posted there on a number of occiasions as well as serving on HMS Warrior ; HMS Active and HMS Noble. I am not sure if …

4 Stationary Hospital St. Omer July 1915 - Soldiers and ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Mar 21, 2020  · This mentions the jute factory in St. Omer. If it was a hospital, then I really feel that the M-in-C would have given it the correct number, but it seems from this extract that it was more likely to have been a convalescent depot, probably affiliated to 4 Stationary, and drawing any medical staff from there, but in a slightly different location.

white mold on leather - Uniforms,Cap Badges and Insignia ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Aug 02, 2009  · What have you used to avoid the white mold that appears on leather items, sam browns, holsters etc? I have found on the internet many cures like tea tree oil, bleach etc but i would like to hear from someone who had this problem and solved it before I go …

Mont Cornillet - The Western Front - Great War Forum

Www.greatwarforum.org Aug 18, 2020  · Hi all, I hope this subject is in the right place. Im making research on Mont Cornillet (the term mont could make you smile as it is only 200 meters in height !), which is a place in Champagne (approximatively 20 kms in the east of Reims) where german pioniers have dug a …

Para 392 XVI - explanation? - Soldiers and their units ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Nov 13, 2008  · Just identified yet another Grt Uncle with WW1 service - although not much - 3 months before being discharged sick. The reason for discharge on his MIC states Sickness Para 392 XVI Kings Regulations. Is this a general catch all regulation or is there any specific meaning to it?

Pipers of the 1st World War - Soldiers and their units ...

Www.greatwarforum.org The Fife and Forfar's do not seem to have had a Pipe Band prior to becoming the 14th battalion of the Black Watch. Thereafter a number of their pipers seem to have come from the 10th Bn. Black Watch, when it was disbanded and sent a draft to the 14th Bn.

HMS Wallington - Sailors, navies and the war at sea ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Jan 07, 2013  · Hi all, Does anyone know if HMS Wallington (WW1) was a ship or a shore establishment. Ive found that my gt-gt-uncle was assigned to it (and various Victorys that I know to be Portsmouth barracks or shore establishments). If so, he was a stoker who spent the whole war ashore ! Is this common ? Why...

Bayonet Markings - Arms and other weapons - Great War Forum

Www.greatwarforum.org Feb 27, 2014  · Can anyone assist interpreting the following markings on the guard of a French Chassepot bayonet, they are as follows 39.R.L.4.151, note the R is in the italic? style. Could be German markings? thanks khaki

Lost paperwork for deactivated weapons - Other Equipment ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Nov 17, 2008  · After a recent house move my friend has lost the deactivation paperwork for two weapons. Can anyone give any pointers as to what I should tell my friend to do. Regards Brett

What was the role of HMS Pembroke II pre Great War ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Feb 25, 2015  · Hi, Been seraching under HMS Pembroke II to understand what this shore establishment was, Hhowever not be able to find out what role it had pre WW1 and around its final establishment in 1902. I have found a Gt Grandfather passed through it after …

Lord Derby Hospital Warrington - Medical Services (Home ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Jul 07, 2019  · I have found a postcard which was sent to my grandfather in November 1916 when he was a patient at the Lord Derby Hospital. It is addressed to the I.D.E. ward. Does anyone know what I.D.E. stands for? Thank you.

HMS Victory 1 & Victory 2 - Sailors, navies and the war at ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Dec 13, 2007  · HMS Victory I was the accounting and holding Barracks for the Fleet sailing out of Portsmouth, and was re-named later as HMS NELSON to avoid confusion with the HMS VICTORY which is now in dry-dock in the Naval Dockyard of Portsmouth and the Flag Ship of CINCFLEET.

Military Units in India - 1911 Census Index - Soldiers and ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Aug 02, 2018  · 1911 Census for Military Units stationed in India can be found here on Ancestry (subscription required) . I have created a Unit Index see below. T yping in the relevant page number in the central box near the bottom of each page will take you straight to the first page of each unit.This Census records the names of every man in 183 units stationed in India in 1911.

H.M.S. "President II." - Page 2 - Sailors, navies and the ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Aug 24, 2015  · HMS PRESIDENT II was a shore pay and administration office which handled the accounts of numerous out-stations including, in this case, men serving ashore at Crystal Palace and at Wormwood Scrubs.

Need help to identify SMLE Markings - Other Equipment ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Jun 28, 2009  · The butt socket should have, on the right hand side under the bolt handle, Crown, GR, date, "Sht.L.E. III" and manufacturer. If it is a 1916 rifle without a manufacturer it was made under the "Peddled Scheme" whereby parts were made by different contractors and assembled centrally.

Labour Corps Service Number allocation date? - Soldiers ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Jun 29, 2014  · The first 1-186240 numbers in the Labour Corps were issued in blocks to units of the Labour Corps on it's formation. As for later numbers I suspect these were also issued in blocks, but to what units I couldn't say, but as it was a Corps it was issuing numbers to Home Service units as well as those serving overseas.

SHT LE MK III* 1917 303 riifle - Other Equipment - Great ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Nov 28, 2007  · I have a 303 SHT L.E. MK III* British rifle that was made by the BSA Co1917 . It has fine increments on the rear sight(200-2000yds? in 250yds increments?) the rear sight has side ways adjustments as well. When the rear sight is lifted ,it has an H.V. …

The Western Front: A History of the First World War by ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Reviewed by Max Hastings in todays Sunday Times it is apparently the first of three volumes covering all the main theatres of the war. Not the most fulsome of reviews which sadly is behind a paywall but the final paragraph is here Lloyd’s book will be cherished by military history buffs. It may n...

Air personnel and the war in the air

Www.greatwarforum.org For discussions about WW1 in the air. RNAS East Indies and Egypt Seaplane Squadron Red Sea 1916-1918

Lincolnshire Regiment 1st Battalion - Soldiers and their ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Oct 04, 2019  · Trying to find out where the 1st Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment was in January 1916. A distant relative enlisted in November 1912, aged 15 years and 8 months. He was stationed in Lincoln until relocating to Portsmouth in March 1913. January 1914 saw him sailing to Bermuda but they were recalled ...

Provisional Battalions - Soldiers and their units - Great ...

Www.greatwarforum.org Feb 14, 2019  · A number of other Territorial Force Battalions were raised during the summer of 1915, these Battalions were known as Provisional Battalions. These were made up from personnel of the 2nd and 3rd line Battalions not available for overseas service and soldiers of low medical categories.

GEW 98 Serial number suffix - Arms and other weapons ...

Www.greatwarforum.org May 02, 2020  · Does anyone know of a source that gives information on the letter suffix of a serial number. I have an Erfurt 1916, There is a letter suffix below the serial number but I cant figure it out. Is there a chart somewhere that shows all of them, so I can match it up? Please see the attached photo. If...

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